Tag Archives: Borderline

Self-Harm Research Study- University of Memphis

Purpose of study: This research seeks to examine how and if self-injury impacts the telling of one’s life-history. For the purpose of this study, we will use the definition of self-injury as observed by the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (2007). We will specifically be looking at non-suicidal self-injury, which is the intentional […]

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What I do–

What I do–

My office is a safe place to heal from deep pain, dark secrets, and resolve emotionally complex life situations. I can help you move on and chart a new course. I am very relaxed and informal. I am not conventional, stuffy or judgmental. I work quietly and deeply. I work very well with sensitive people […]

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Life is difficult but any given individual moment can be simple

Life is difficult but any given individual moment can be simple. In every moment, when we are awake, we can make a conscious choice to accept or to change our situation. Consciously choosing to accept or change things is a path to a more effective, more meaningful life. If we attempt acceptance, we use mindfulness […]

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Turning the Mind – from Marsha Linehan

((This is an excerpt from a mindfulness retreat given by Marsha Linehan. It is published on her website. I did not create this nor did I edit it. I highly recommend Marsha’s work for anyone who is interested in studying DBT or Borderline Personality Disorder. Visit her website at  http://behavioraltech.org/index.cfm for more info)) The very interesting […]

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Got Willingness?

Who or What is important to you? Given what’s important to you, what are you willing to do and what are you willing to experience in order to move you in that direction, in this moment? A meaningful, connected life is created by what you choose to do in reaction to any given moment. Choose […]

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